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Masonic Charges and Lectures (New)
by Yarker, John
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing
Book ID: 9781564593078, 156459307X
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The present work is a rare anthology of charges and lectures collated from unspecified Masonic rituals by John Yarker (1833-1913), one of the most enigmatic yet best-informed Freemasons that "graced" the rolls of the United Grand Lodge of England. Contents: Masonry and the Crusades; Masonry and the Eastern Philosophy; Extension of Masonic Principles; Egyptian Mysteries; Osirian Legend; History of the Rite of Memphis; Esoteric and Exoteric Masonry; Masonic Science as Related to the Temple of Jerusalem; The Mason, a Son of God; History of the Sacred Vault of Enoch; Ineffable Name; Mission of Knights of the Sword; Captivity of the Israelites; Temple of Jerusalem as a Masonic Type; Instruction of the Degree of Rose Croix; History of the Degree of Rose Croix; On Symbols; On Atheism; Spiritual Faith of Ancient Egypt; Sapenath Pencah; Pyramid of Cheops; Astronomical Symbolism; Symbolical Numbers; Cabirian Mysteries; Moral Geometry; Tabernacle and the Temple; Serpent Worship; Magian Mysteries; Hermetic Cross; Allegorical Discourse; Discourse on Justice; Discourse on the Nature of Mysteries, and Their Masonic Perpetuation; Discourse on the Duties and Instruction of the Various Grades of Ancient and Primitive Masonry. 200 pages
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